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the storm. who's getting hit the hardest. >> they are not going anywhere in upstate and western new york tonight. here's a look at the radar picture. the white is where the snow is, the green and red delineating where the heavy rain is. you can see the snow has lifted out areas of illinois, ohio, indiana. clearing conditions there. right along i-90 is where the heaviest snow is now and for new york state and new jersey we will see the rain lift up. washington improving conditions, new york city very heavy rain and very gusty winds. here's a look. that's part of the problem with the storm and has been since the beginning. not only are we seeing swaths of snow but the winds are so strong. in the last three hours, 40 mile an hour wind gusts in new york city. 26 in buffalo and cleveland and indy. so, again, the snow is clearing out of illinois and indiana. look at what it left behind. kentucky, over four inches. here's what is left of it. the storm lifting to the north. upstate and western new york getting five to nine inches and then nine to 12 in northern new york, and the green and white
. and where new york state and new jersey we'll see that rain lift up. washington improving conditions. new york city very heavy rain and very gusty winds. that is part of the problem with this storm and has been since the beginning. we are seeing the swaths of snow but the winds are so strong. in the last three hours 40 mile per hour wind gusts in new york city. so again, the snow cheering out of illinois and indiana but look at what it has left behind. in areas of illinois, 18 inches. in indy, 7 inches, kentucky, 4 inches. and here's what's left of it. the whole storm lifting to the north. upstate and western new york getting 5 to 9 inches of snow. nine to 12 inches in northern new york and the green and white mountains of new hampshire. >> and of course all anybody wants to know is when can we expect to see the weather improve around the country? >> it will. it is going to improve. we are going to watch this move. here is the area of low pressure we are watching. here's the time stamp tonight at 10:00. right on the money. here is where that low pressure is right over washington where is
. kentucky over four inches and here is what is left of it. up state and new york getting nearly five to nine inches or so. nine to 12 in northern new york and the green and white mount n mountains of new hampshire. >> and of course all anybody wants to know is when can we expect to see the weather improve? >> it is. we are going to watch this move. here is the area of low pressure we are watching. still on the money. here is where that low pressure is overwashington where it is rain but it is boeing to going to the north. much of pennsylvania is clear by 6:00 am. throughout the day tomorrow we head toward noon and you can see it lifting toward the south. it finally by thursday night you can see where it is it moves out on friday. there is a storm brewing for new england. so we have to watch that. all right. here is a holiday storm. >> thank you. well, if you are watching tonight, there is a good chance that you are watching after a flight has been delayed. the airline system feels it. holly furfur, cancellations are bad right now and the worst might not be over. 1400 flights have been cance
. sanjay, as well. thanks. >> you got it. >> the picture on the cover of the "new york post" that raised a lot of disturbing questions, capturing the final moment of a man's life before he was run over by a subway train, i'll speak to the man that took that photograph next. more dining out... and along with it, more identity theft. by the time this holiday season is over, an estimated 1.2 million identities may be stolen. every time you pull out your wallet, shop online or hit the road, you give thieves a chance to ruin your holiday. by the time you're done watching this, as many as 40 more identities may be stolen. you can't be on the lookout 24/7, but lifelock can. they're relentless about protecting your identity every minute of every day. when someone tries to take over your bank accounts, drain the equity in your home, or even tries to buy a car in your name, lifelock is on guard. and with lifelock's 24/7 alerts, they contact you by text, phone or email as soon as they detect suspicious activity in their network. lifelock wants you to be protected this holiday season, so they're giv
done. >> they certainly do. dana, jessica, thank you very much. >>> and with us now, "new york times" finest, columnist ralph, and ross. ross, i'm going to start with you. you think both sides have decided it's in their political interest to go over the fiscal cliff. is that right? >> yeah, you never want to rule a deal off the table because we have lived through so many rounds that have ended in deals in the last couple years, but in this case, i think democrats think they get a better deal on policy by going over the cliff. that they end up getting more in taxes with less in spending cuts than they would get if they had to cut a deal right now. and republicans have persuaded themselves not completely convincingly in my view, but they have persuaded themselves it's much better to accept slightly higher taxes that they themselves don't have to vote for directly, even though they'll still be casting a vote for new tax rates, they'll be able to say, well, taxes have already gone up and we're just voting to cut them. so that's sort of how, at least, i think both sides are persuading the
. >>> an arrest of a death of a new york man pushed on the tracks and killed by a subway, tonight on "360" i'll talk to another man who jumped on the tracks and saved a man's life three years ago. he says all the criticism for those who didn't help this time is misguided. he'll hear why coming up. >>> back to capitol ,hill. this time not trying to take sides, pulling for republicans or democrats, but tonight we're reporting, eposing facts and exposing hpowhe we see it. yesterd dels on american with disabilities act which the u.s. passed 22 years ago. but 38 u. rep u.n. treaty leaving it five votes short of ratification. not even a rare visit by former republican senator bob dole who just before the vote made a difference. he's 89, appeared frail this his wheelchair and disabled from war injuries, came to the chamber to show support for this treaty. rick santorum led the charge against the treaty. he and some other republicans warned it would jeopardize u.s. sovereignty and personal freedoms. listen. >> the problem is, there's a provision in this international law which we would be adopting i
and skiing and his first love was football. he idolized the new york giants' victor cruz that paid tribute by writing his name on his cleats before a game this past weekend. according to the "new york times" a family friend that gave a eulogy at the funeral described him as the kind of boy that commanded the attention in the room and he wanted nothing more than to catch up with his older brother ben whom he would have followed anywhere. in his obituary jack's family wrote in life and in death jack will forever be remembered for the immeasurable joy he brought to all who had the pleasure of knowing him, a joy whose wide reach belied his six short years. also laid to rest today, noah pozner, who just celebrated his sixth birthday last month with his twin and best friend ariel. they were both first graders at sandy hook elementary and on friday ariel's class reportedly hid in a bathroom during the attack. she survived. noah did not. >> we are all completely shattered. it has been a very, very rough few days. nobody is getting much sleep. we're holding together as best we can. you never, ever
on a new york subway platform, minutes later, one of them was dead, hit by a subway. coming up, the shocking photos of the victim after he was pushed on to the tracks. the question tonight, why didn't anyone help try to lift him off the tracks? >>> there's a lot more happening tonight. isha is here with the "360" bulletin. >>> a violent showdown outside egypt's presidential palace. police firing tear gas at anti-morsi demonstrators who broke through a barbed wire barricade. at least 19 people are injured. this comes after an earlier attack today on the offices of president morsi's political party. >>> a "360" follow. american software mogul john mcafee on the run from police in belize is in guatemala and seeking asylum. he's wanted for questioning in the shooting death of his neighbor in belize. mcafee's attorney confirmed the asylum request and denies he had anything to do with the murder. >>> prince william visiting his wife katherine today as she spends a second day in the hospital. news that the royal couple are expecting a child came as she was admitted yesterday for acute
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the holiday. democratic senator charles schumer telling the "new york times," quote, i didn't realize how much i didn't want to be here until i got here. and republican senator rand paul saying he'd rather be playing soccer with his kids and telling the "times" "this is no way to run things." the dow industrials losing 150 points. jessica yellin, was any progress made today? was there any movement at all besides this being dropped in the senate's lap? >> randy, by washington standards, that is progress. and i know it's hard to believe but the fact that all these leaders left this meeting in agreement about the next step is a hopeful sign. the good news is that this could have been much worse. they could have come out of the meeting saying it's impossible to reach an agreement, we cannot even begin negotiation, there will be no deal. that did not happen. so the fact that they have a game plan for the weekend and for the next steps, it's better than a lot of people hoped for. so now everyone's holding their breath. >> i guess we have to be thankful for the little things. but how did we get here?
and loved to draw peace signs. she loved music, cooking and the new york yankees. her parents write a beautiful and artistic soul, grace was truly a gift from god and represented all that was good in this world. >>> mary sherlach felt she was doing god's work by helping the children that needed her the most. she worked as psychologist at sandy hook elementary for 18 years. on friday mary was with the principal, dawn hochsprung, when they heard gunshots. she both ran out to confront the gunman and both died heroes. mary was 56, just one year away from retirement. friends remember her as intelligent and warm and a caring soul and someone who was always there to lend an ear or a shoulder to a person in need. her family writes there are no words to describe the devastating loss that we feel at this time and our family has lost a loving mother, dedicated wife, and above all a wonderful, caring woman who was beyond dedicated to her students. >>> rachel davino loved working with kids and wanted to help children grow into health and i happy adults. she was a behavioral therapist that start
day pain relief with just two pills. >>> what began as an altercation between two men on a new york subway platform, minutes later, one of them was dead, hit by a subway. coming up, the shocking photos of the victim after he was pushed on to the tracks. the question tonight, why didn't anyone help try to lift him off the tracks? we'll talk it over with dr. drew pinsky. rking with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> a violent showdown outside egypt's presidential palace. police firing tear gas at anti-morsi demonstrators who broke through a barbed wire barricade. at least 19 people are injured. this comes after an earlier attack today on the offices of president morsi's political party. >>> a "360" follow. american software mogul john mcafee on the run from police in belize is in guatemala and seeking asylum.
and the shooter who took his own life. all in a close-knit quiet community 90 minutes from new york. we will give you the latest information, but what we will not do is repeat the shooter's name over and over again. we don't want history to remember this murderer. we want history to remember the victims, the teachers and the children, those whose lives have been unfairly taken. we have a teamworking on the tragedy and we have soledad o'brien on the scene. there vigils tonight. we will be checking in with her shortly. vigils to tell you about as the people come to grips with what happened. so much happened and so much we have learned since this morning. right now there is an active crime scene and many of the bodies still where they fell. still inside that school including that of the killer. we do at least tell you his name once. it's adam lanza. we won't be saying it much tonight. he was 20 and his mother taught at the school. she was found dead at the family home, unclear when or how she died. she bought the weapons her son used legally. the police in hoboken took the killer's older brother in
year. her family said she loved the beach, loved flamingos and the new york yankees. in her obituary they write she was an amazing daughter, cousin, teacher and friend, and died protecting her kids. we couldn't be prouder of our hero. her beloved dog roxy still waits every day for vicki to come home from school. we will remember them. paul simon performed at her funeral and sang the song, "the sound of silence." we wanted to show the pictures from the services for daniel barden, who wanted to be a firefighter someday when he grew up, to honor him, to honor his memory and that dream, that wish, more than a hundred of connecticut and new york's bravest showed up. they said, people supported us after 9/11, we are here to return the favor. we are here to return the favor. we saw a devastating photo today, the class photo of lauren rus russo's first graders, all but one were killed on friday. we're blurring the one survivor's face. this was grace mcdonald's class. she and 14 other kids, even as a little girl she knew she wanted to become a teacher. on friday, she was exactly where she wan
children. they canceled their plans to meet for a holiday celebration in new york city, every single one of them came homestead. >> we've all been such good friends such a long time. we all grew up here. and it's so close-knit, this community. everyone kind of has each other's backs and does whatever it can to help each other out. >> we will be leaving newtown to give this small town its streets back. for the residents here to grieve and share together. but we're not going to stop covering this and talking tab in honor of those who died and to make those in power take action to stop anything like this from happening again. "a.c. 360" begins now. >> erin, thanks very much. good evening, everyone. we are live once again from newtown, connecticut. a town where many students returned to school today. schools reopened, of course, with the exception of sandy hook elementary, the school that's now a crime scene. the students of sandy hook will go back to school after the holidays in a different building some eight miles away, with 20 bright young faces missing from the halls and classrooms. eve
the day before the senate vote where in the u.n., in new york city, a disability advocate said that we need to make sure that we implement this treaty as a superseding document. that means that it overrides national law. and the idea that you're portraying about this, basically, from watching your video clips frk when a democrat says something, that's a fact. when a conservative says something, that's an -- >> actually, no. you're saying richard thornburg is democrat because we had had him on the show. he's a father of a disabled child studying this for 30 years and has a personal stake in this and he says you're completely making this up. >> i say he's absolutely wrong and he doesn't have the degree in international law. i do. i teach international law. he simply is wrong about that. he can say what he wants to say, but he's an advocate for the treaty. i'm telling you it's a matter of reality -- >> so the recommended conditions that were approved by the senate foreign relations committee and attached to this treaty that restrict the power of the treaty and this resolution that include
. >>> police in new york announcing an arrest in a crime that has shocked the country. man was arrested for shoving a man in front of a train. freelance photographer on the scene shot this cover showed the victim after it was too late to get out of the way. the photographer said he was trying to alert the train. another photograph shows the man on the tracks perhaps giving the man a chance to get help. john lindsey jumped onto the tracks and rescued a man. what you did was amazing. there was a lot of krit sacriti the people on the platform. >> because they weren't there. i think, we do a lot of quarterbacking from the couch. we don't know what happened. that is a still shot. how do you know how far away he was? and you don't know what they are until they are tested. >> i found that in war zones. you don't know how they are going to react. >> some rise to the occasion. >> i'm a trained dancer and actor, when someone falls a catch them. he's a trained photographer. you do what your muscles are trained to do. it is not our job to judge his action. >> you say the track is deeper than people
family and was known as queen victoria as home. her family said she loved the beach and the new york yankees. in her obituary they write she was an amazing daughter, cousin, teacher and friend and we count be prouder of our hero. her dog roxy waits every day for her to come home from school. >> we will remember them. paul simon performed at her funeral and sang the song reques, "the sound of silence". we wanted to show the pictures of daniel who wanted to be a firefighter when he grew up. people supported us after 9/11 we are here to rueturn the favo. we saw a photograph the class photo of lauren russos first graders who were killed on friday. this was grace mcdonald's class. she and 14 other kids, even as a little girl she knew she wanted to become a teacher. on friday she was where she wanted to be. filling in for a teacher on maternm maternity leave. >> it says me, since i've been with you. thanks for rubbing off on me. >> 30 and in love. tony and lauren russo. >> do you you remember the moment you realized you were in love with her? >> yes, the first date, i had with her i knew.
. there are lots of different possibilities. >> just when you think -- the year i was born, 1967 in new york, gay people were not allowed to congregate together. you were not allowed to be in the same bar dancing together. i mean, how far things have come so quickly. >> and, you know, 1967 was also the decision in loving versus virginia. that was the famous case that said interracial marriage could not be banned by states. today that looks like -- can you imagine a state that would ban interracial marriage? but 19 states still had that law in 1967. this, gay rights supporters have said, this is the loving versus virginia of gay rights. we'll see. you know, i don't know what the outcome will be. the fact they took both of these cases suggests they are really ready to engage with the issue. it sure looks like they are, the four democratic -- the four democratic members of the court will vote to allow -- to overturn doma, to allow california to have same-sex marriages. i think anthony kennedy, as is often the case, will be the swing vote. >> jeff toobin, thanks very much. >>> tragedy after a prank c
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